Stockholm police mobilized over potential Muslim migrant mob riots during Davis Cup
Stockholm police officers have been mobilized across the city, which will host the upcoming Davis Cup matches between Sweden and Israel, to prevent potential anti-Israel riots and rampages by Muslim migrants and ‘refugees’.
The Davis Cup encounter should have been played in the small city of Bastad, but was relocated to Stockholm for security reasons. Swedish tennis officials said that they could not guarantee security for Israeli players and fans at the open-air venue in Bastad.
Matches were therefore moved to the indoor Royal Tennis Hall in Stockholm.
The relocation comes exactly 10 years after violent riots in Malmo, when hundreds of Muslim thugs supported by left-wing hoodlums flooded the streets to ‘demand’ the cancelation of Davis Cup games against Israel.
Back then, violent riots engulfed the city, which has a large Muslim migrant ‘community’. Muslim hoodlums clashed with police, throwing rocks and smashing cars.
Sweden will take on Israel in the Davis Cup Europe-Africa Group I tie this weekend, with the winner of the match booking a place in the 2020 Davis Cup Qualifiers.
Sweden won seven Davis Cups between 1975-1998 and are fifth on the all-time list of champions.